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China market regulator gets new chief, hbanks pour $50 million into blockchain-based digital currency settlement, India NBFCs must hire “independent” CROs - RBI, central bank-backed digital currencies gain momentum, ...
The days of paying in US dollars between corporate treasuries in four ASEAN countries could soon be numbered following an agreement between Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines
Hong Kong and Singapore might present themselves as the only spots to host RTCs. But corporates say setting up in China's capital can see a treasury unit play another role entirely...
Thailand’s state-owned oil and gas company saved millions on withholding tax on debt after setting up a regional treasury centre in… well... Thailand.
The exorbitant cost of living and rent in Hong Kong are a bane for corporates and employees, says Gordon French, APAC head of global banking and markets for HSBC.
Banking integration is widely seen as an obstacle to a truly united Asean economic community, but Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines have made progress on the issue.
Keen to appease treasurers, the Bank of Thailand plans to relax foreign exchange regulations to make the country more attractive for setting up corporate treasury centres.
As China signs onto an intergovernmental agreement to comply with US FATCA regulations, questions remain about formats and deadlines, but its reach is inescapable.
While currently no Asian-headquartered bank offers bank service billing in standard TWIST file formats, Asian banks are being led by regional reform efforts, observers believe.
Exclusive to CT, research firm East & Partners has compiled the second batch of data on the performance of Asia’s top transaction banks.